It's worth mentioning from time to time as assuming all sizes of brands/models are the same is a common mistake people make.
You're welcome. No rubbing means at full turn lock against the plastic liner of the wheel well and/or against the suspension components. The latter should not be an issue for you with a 35 offset. 1/4" to 1/2" may not seem like much but it is a significant amount of clearance. I ran the numbers for a couple of examples so let's go ahead and compare with what you are currently rolling on:
Size - Model - Diameter - OEM Difference - Tread Width - Hypotenuse
235/50 - P Zero Nero - 27.3" --------- 0% - 8.0" - 28.35" (current)
245/50 - P Zero AS ---- 27.7" - (+1.45%) - 8.1" - 28.86" (will clear)
255/45 - P Zero AS ---- 27.0" - (-1.14%) - 8.5" - 28.31" (will clear)
265/45 - M. PS4 AS -- 27.4" - (+0.36%) - 8.5" - 28.69" (will clear, maximum manufacturer's recommended size for 8.5" wide wheel)
I didn't include the adjusted section width as you have already given yourself a 10 mm cushion with your 35 mm offset so the suspension is clear both in the rear and front on the above examples. The calculation that we are concerned with when determining the wheel well rub at full turn lock is the hypotenuse of the tire... measuring the point of the inner tread width edge to the opposite tread width edge on the opposite end of the tire. This will give us the maximum length the tire can "reach" when turning, ie. the contact points to the wheel well plastic. Here is a crude diagram of what I'm describing:
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From what I've read
, matching (or plus ½") the wheel width to the tread width provides the best handling in dry conditions with all other tire variables the same (type, brand, model). The 265/45 Michelin Pilot Sport 4 All Season is the widest tire you can go with regards to staying within your diameter requirements and within the manufacturer's recommendation wheel width. It also gives you the optimal tread width. Hope that helps.